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You may recall me noting that the Chromebook has been Amazon's top selling laptop for the whole of Q4 2012....
With just over a week left to run before the UK Government's Digital Infrastructure Consultation closes, I thought it would be in...
This is a story about Internet censorship. Well, kind of. It's also a story about Twitter's Analytics product , which recentl...
My name is Martin Hamilton, and I work for Jisc in London as its resident futurist, a position I've held for just over a year. EDUCAUSE...
Just a quick post to plug my session at the upcoming ALT-C 2014 conference - "From FELTAG to ETAG - Time for Some NEET Ideas&quo...
Most of us now have a cupboard or two’s worth of old media that we’re keeping because one day we might want to go back to it. Floppy dis...
Photo credit: CC-BY Flickr user slgc . It’s the Internet’s dirty little secret, and one we ignore at our peril. There’s a reason that e...
As service users or consumers, we love that the Internet removes intermediaries. Just think: one click to buy and download a new book or alb...
This poster for the 2014 International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC 2014) in San Francisco was produced by my Loughboro...
If you could change anything in the education system, what would your 'moonshot' be? This was the question asked of 40 educator...
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